Quantity demanded or supplied is measured in:

A. Monetary units

B. Physical units

C. Relative units

D. Constant units

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  1. The amount of income left over for a consumer in equilibrium is :
  2. If the commodities X and Y are perfect complements then:
  3. The largest possible loss that a firm will make in the short run is:
  4. In short run:
  5. Who finalized the model of imperfect competition?
  6. At a point where a straight line demand curve meets the price axis (Y-axis), the elasticity of demand…
  7. Who first used the term Quasi-Rent?
  8. If the commodities X and Y are perfect substitutes then:
  9. Price discrimination is possible:
  10. Which of the following is the work of A.C.Pigou?
  11. When SAC curve rises, SMC curve lies its:
  12. The Strategy of Economic Development is the work of:
  13. The optimal strategy for a player is termed as:
  14. If a consumer buys a product that costs Rs.3 and provides an additional 18 units of satisfaction, then…
  15. In monopolistic competition, the aim of the firm is to:
  16. According to law of Equi-Marginal Utility when price of commodity falls then we bought:
  17. Income-demand curve shows:
  18. The demand curve in monopolistic competition (also in kinked demand curve model), which shows the share…
  19. Even in the long-run equilibrium, the pure monopolist can make abnormal profits because of:
  20. A market demand schedule is obtained by adding individual demand schedules:
  21. Implicit costs are the costs:
  22. The Law of Proportionality is another name of:
  23. Nash equilibrium says:
  24. In sweezy model (kinked demand curve model), the role of MC curve:
  25. In case of economic bads, an IC can be :
  26. If a straight line supply curve passes through the point of origin O, the elasticity of supply is:
  27. Gold is bought and sold in a:
  28. Moving down along a linear demand curve:
  29. Theory of revealed preference is based on:
  30. According to Marshal, the Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility: